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Great, great work on this whole meta-analysis series.
Kudos to you – heavy science articles like those are reason why I read and share this site with others.
I’m just wondering – most of those researches are not on people that are experienced in weightlifting/bodybuilding?
So maybe this “dilution” of “best range for hypertrophy” is coming from high level of “nub gains”, when new people will grow their muscles rapidly regardless of exercise, rep range, proper movement, isolation, TUT, etc…
And maybe in people with 2+ years of experience, when hypertrophy slows down significantly, all those things get more and more relatively important?

As a side note, these feelings of low energy and food preoccupation usually occur later in the day when I hit this magical low body weight/low calorie combination. It doesn't matter if I'm having a moderate calorie day, using a 16/8 feeding schedule, a 20/4 feeding schedule, or fasting for a full day. If it's not a high-calorie or high-carb day, my energy goes down significantly, starting around 4 PM. This lasts until the following morning. It's like I'm a video game character starting off with 10/10 on the power bar and by late evening there are only 3 bars left.

I never said he doesn’t have genetics. He has great genetics. So does Marion Jones, Lance Armstrong, John Welbourn, Ronnie Coleman, Barry Bonds, the list goes on. You have to have great genetics. You can’t take someone with bad genetics and compensate for it with steroids. If you could, we could literally turn anyone into a pro athlete. All steroids do is allow you to recover faster so that you can train more and make more progress in a shorter period of time. Think of it like this, the progress and training volume you could do in a month, now you can do it in 2 weeks because you don’t need as much rest between training sessions, and when you hit your training sessions, you’re able to work harder because you’re better recovered instead of coming in sore and stiff. You get from point A to point B faster.

Fasting doesn’t cause your brain tissue to waste away, contrary to what some people will tell you. It’s actually good for brain health. Any dietary restriction tends to increase neuronal plasticity and promote neurogenesis, but it was IF that had the greatest effect (with the fewest downsides). Another study of mice found that meal  frequency impacts neuronal health . That is, mice who ate larger meals more infrequently saw greater increases in brain and overall bodily health. Still another study found that IF was beneficial for peripheral nerve function in mice by promoting the maintenance of the neuronal pathways responsible for locomotor performance . It’s almost like this stuff just puts your brain in repair, or maintenance mode.

Test e cycle leangains

test e cycle leangains

Fasting doesn’t cause your brain tissue to waste away, contrary to what some people will tell you. It’s actually good for brain health. Any dietary restriction tends to increase neuronal plasticity and promote neurogenesis, but it was IF that had the greatest effect (with the fewest downsides). Another study of mice found that meal  frequency impacts neuronal health . That is, mice who ate larger meals more infrequently saw greater increases in brain and overall bodily health. Still another study found that IF was beneficial for peripheral nerve function in mice by promoting the maintenance of the neuronal pathways responsible for locomotor performance . It’s almost like this stuff just puts your brain in repair, or maintenance mode.

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